Find an Epidemiology / Public Health Expert
Experts in the distribution and determinants of infectious and chronic diseases Epidemiology / Public Health experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in West Virginia legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in West Virginia.
The listings below are of Epidemiology / Public Health experts serving West Virginia.
Expert ListingsErnest P. Chiodo, MD, JD, MPH, MS, MBA, CIH
Clinical and Forensic Medicine
MD & JD (Wayne State), MPH (Harvard), MS (Biomedical Engineering and Toxicology-WSU), MBA (University of Chicago), CIH. Physician, Attorney, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Toxicologist & Epidemiologist. Former Medical Director of the Detroit Health Department. Board certified in internal med, occupational & environ. med, & public health.
David F. Goldsmith, MSPH, PhD
Epidemiology/Public Health Expert
Occupational/Environmental Epidemiology; hazards of silica, pesticides, asbestos; silicosis, lung cancer, histoplasmosis, respiratory diseases, auto-immune diseases, ag. health, fracking hazards; Daubert; Drugs during pregnancy & birth defects; diesel, cryotherapy devices, FDA & clinical trials; railroad hazards; urogynocology mesh; WTC dusts
EHA Consulting Group, Inc.
Melvin N. Kramer, PhD, MPH
Litigation Support, Risk Mgmt., & Product Liability expert for all levels of Food Production/Service and Food Packaging issues related to Disease Prevention, incl.: Campylobacter; Cyclospora; E. Coli; Hepatitis A, B, & C; Legionella; Listeria; Salmonella, & Shigella, Food Safety from farm to fork.
L. Mayer MD/EPD
Dana Point, CA
Dr. Mayer is an independent consultant and scholar that holds the position of Visiting Fellow, Program in Integrative Knowledge and Human Flourishing, Harvard University. He has been a full-time tenured professor with appointments in statistics, biostatistics, epidemiology, biomedical informatics, public health and medicine (psychiatry). He held various titles including Professor at Arizona State University, (Part-time) Professor, Bloomberg School of Public Health and School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, and Affiliated Professor of a Mayo Clinic/ASU joint program in Biomedical Informatics, and a member of the Research Staff at Mayo Clinic. He continues to do research and mentor young physicians and medical students while doing a limited amount of consulting in epidemiology, biostatistics, statistics, epidemiology and clinical trials. His consulting projects often focus on model development, execution and inferences. He is one of the few MD/PhD biostatistician-epidemiologists. He now resides in Dana Point, California. He has worked on a wide range of problems in a variety of specialties in Public Health and Medicine. The common component of most of these problems is that there is a data set to analyze or, more commonly, there are statistical studies to be reviewed and evaluated. These include clinical trials, observational studies, and statistical reviews such as meta-analyses. About a third of his consulting is for industry and interest groups outside of litigation. He prides himself on being able to communicate complex ideas in simple language. His primary interests are the evaluation of epidemiological and statistical data and models in a clinical, regulatory, or legal arena. Dr. Mayer has worked on problems in injury causation, drug development and evaluation, product liability, patent disputes, occupational and environmental exposures, and medical malpractice. He has worked on data and analyses in numerous specialties including toxicology, internal medicine (cardiology, endocrinology, etc.) Ob/Gyn, psychiatry, and surgery and has a preference towards problems that are complex.